Clearly,Scottish Judges will rule Benn letter,as sent was not valid.It would be valid if he'd signed both letters.How d'u think they'll rule?

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  • Biff
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    4 weeks ago
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    Johnson promised in a statement to the Scottish Court he would not frustrate the Benn Act, by which is meant he would not send two letters, one saying can I have an extension, the other saying please don't give me one, and he would not collude with foreign governments to attempt to persuade those foreign governments to veto an extension.

    The court has said if he did frustrate the Benn Act its contempt jurisdiction might be engaged. The judges could order Johnson to present himself to the court to explain why he didn't abide by that statement and presumably could jail him.

  • 4 weeks ago

    They might do!

    IT'S ALL ABOOT FREEDOM, JIMMY!

    Did youse just spill ma beer, Boris?

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